WETHER FORECAST Partly cloudy tonight, showers in extreme Booth portion Sunday.
TEMPERATURES This morning. 65; this Afternoon, 85.
OGALA, FLORIDA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1921
OF THE TARIFF
IT VAS A STORM
COOLED US OFF
DELVING Hill THE
Oil THE BORDER
PRESSURE IS LESS
Oil THE FRUITERS
Department of Justice is Considering
the Pardon of Eugene V.y
Washington, Aug. 27 The Senate
finance committee today decided to
put the tax bill ahead of the tariff.
Plans call for consideration of the
revenue measure to begin next Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. FISHING FOR SOCIALIST VOTE
Recommendations on th 2 pardon of
Eugene V. Debs, socialist leader, now
imprisoned at Atlanta. c.s basedon
a study of the Debs case hj Attorney
General Daugherty were completed
today for submission to President
Harding. Mr. Daugherty planned to
discuss the case with the president
during the day.
HARDING'S PET IS SICK
Henry Lincoln Johnson, negro re republican
publican republican national committeeman from
Caorgia, is reported seric asly ill at
his home here. He suffered a slight
stroke of paralysis, and has high blood
pressure. Johnson several weeks ago
was nominated by President Harding
to be recorder of deeds for the Dis District
trict District of Columbia, but the nomination
has not been acted upon.
A MOONSHINER'S LIFE
, IS NOT A HAPPY ONE
Sheriff Thomas with Deputies Per Perkins,
kins, Perkins, Cook and Sheffield, went out in
the forests of West Marion, : several
miles northeast of Dunnellon Friday
afternoon, and acquired Hardy Peter Peterson,
son, Peterson, white, also one up-to-date copper
stilH, one first-class metal pipe, about
three and a half .gallons of superior
shine and enough mash to feed a
drove of hogs. They brought Hardy,
the still and the liquor to Ocala, where
Hardy now occupies a first-class room
in the Hotel de Chalker. Hard luck
was this for Hardy. He was prepar prepar-;
; prepar-; ing with his new and superior appara apparatus
tus apparatus to make a run when the officers
butted in. He says that fine pipe had
already cost him much money, and the
outlook is that it will cost him much
. Hardy was turning oui a good ar article.
ticle. article. The Star reporter uncorked one
jug and smelt its contents.. He notic noticed,
ed, noticed, during this operation, that the
hitherto smiling deputies .watched
hira with cold and glassy yes, and
their faces did not relax until he had
replaced the cork. This did not keep
hira from discovering, thru his olfac olfactories,
tories, olfactories, that the shine was much better
that any he smelt a year ago. The
amateur shiners are evidently devot devoting
ing devoting much thought to their industry.
However, we doubt that they are
happy. The sheriff and his assistants
have made three big hauls of shine
and sniners this week. The latter
will lose as much money as honest
men can make in a year's work and
probably do some work for the county
also. A moonshiner's life is not a
IT WOULD BE A
Among the Star's welcome visitors
today was Mr. Walter Luff man, ex ex-member
member ex-member of the board of county com commissioners
missioners commissioners from the Sparr district.
Mr. Luffman is heartily in favor of the
employment by the board of a compe competent
tent competent county road superintendent,
whose duty it would be to supervise
the reapir and construction of all
roads. While on the board several
years ago Mr. Luffman favored this
plan, but being in. the minority the
method was .never put into practice.
He has given this matter considerable
thought and says he believes it the
only practical way to get maximum
results for the money annually ex expended,
pended, expended, and is confident that the sal salary
ary salary paid a superintendent would be
saved four times over in the more ef efficient
ficient efficient service secured. Other men of
prominence in the county have ex expressed
pressed expressed about the same opinion along
this line, and it might not be amiss
for the board to take such a plan under
consideration again. It vas propos proposed
ed proposed last year, but fell thru.
People who can't get into Russia to
study the situation might try going
over Niagara in a barrel Newark
This is a Studebaker year. tf
Temperature, Which Went Away
, Down, is Again Climbing
Toward the Top
Jacksonville, Aug. 27 The entire
state of Florida for the last three
days experienced temperatures which
usually prevail at this time of the
year in the far north, according to
the weather bureau. A storm now off
the Atlantic coast is responsible.
The lowest temperature in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville today was 66 degrees, which is
within two degrees of the August
minimum record made in 1896. Only
on two other occasions in the history
of the local bureau has the tempera temperature
ture temperature dropped as low as 66, in 1889 and
KEY WEST WHOLESALE
MAN WAS CAUGHT
Key West, Aug. 27. Robbers made
an unsuccessful attempt late last night
to wreck the vault in the wholesale
house here of William Curry Sons Co.
They seized and tied the night watch watchman
man watchman and escaped with a small amount
of cash from the register, but failed
to open the vault after damaging it.
IN RHODE ISLAND
Providence, Aug. 27.-One man was
killed and' another severely injured
and scores slightly hurt by an explo explosion
sion explosion which destroyed the plant of the
United States Railway -Signal Com Company
pany Company here today.
WHEN THE ASSOCIATED
. PRESS SAYS IT, ITS SO
Birmingham, Aug. 27. On the
strength of an Associated Press dis dispatch
patch dispatch saying that Gussman was .not
the man wanted by the Peoria authori authorities.
ties. authorities. Judge Abernathy today ordered
Police Saw His Picture
Peoria, 111., Aug. 27. Piedrp Guss Gussman,
man, Gussman, held at Birmingham at the re request
quest request of the local authorities, is not
the Piedro Gussman sought here for
wife slaying, the police declared to today
day today after inspecting a photograph of
the Alabama suspect.
TWO BOOTLEGGERS CAME
TO GRIEF IN TAMPA
Tampa, Aug. ,27. Pleading guilty
to charges of having and transport"
ing liquor in an automobile, C. B.
Bates, a former member bf the Tampa
police force, and M. M. Deshong, of
Arcadia, former deputy sheriff of De De-Soto
Soto De-Soto ounty. the United States com commissioner
missioner commissioner here today fixed their bonds
at $250 for their appearance in fed federal
eral federal court.
'' GROWERS AT OLDSMAR
Oldsmar, Aug. 27. With a view to
increasing the production of straw strawberries
berries strawberries in this section the coming sea season,
son, season, the Oldsmar Growers' Associa Association
tion Association has been organized. Twenty
members pledged themselves to plant
on a large scale. The growers have
acquired an office and plan to meet
each Monday night to discuss the
crop. A large building east of town
has been equipped as a packing house.
F. H. Coleman was elected president
and E. G. Satterlee, vice president,
and each member of the association
will serve as a director.
The growers of this section had
their first experience with co-operative
enterprises when they pooled
their fertilizer requirements and pur purchased
chased purchased in carload lots. They express expressed
ed expressed themselves as well pleased with
the plan and are now hopeful that
concerted effort will make Oldsmar a
strawberry producing center.
WEATHER NEXT WEEK
Washington, Aug. 27. Consider Consider-abfe
abfe Consider-abfe "cloudiness and normal tempera temperatures,
tures, temperatures, with scattered local rams, is
the forecast for Florida the week be beginning
ginning beginning Sunday.
DOLLAR WEEK at Fishei's now.
Formal Investigation Into the Explo Explosion
sion Explosion of the Big Dirigible
Howden, Aug. 27. Formal investi investigation
gation investigation of the ZR-2 disaster began
here today. Plans for the inquiry did
not contemplate public sessions and
it is believed nothing, will be given out
for publication until the investigation
has been concluded.
KEEPING UP THE WORK
Hull, Aug. 27. Further search of
the wreckage of the ZR-2 failed to
reveal more bodies up to the middle
of the forenoon today. The salvagers,
however, continued to raise the
wreckage and hope some- additional
bodies will be found.
THE COMFORTS OF HOME
WHILE ON THE ROAD
.The following interesting news
story is sent "out by the Reo Motor
Car Company of Lansing, Mich., to the
pres sof the country about Mr. Ed
Carmichael's trip to the west:
Mr. C. (Ed.) Carmichael of the Sil
ver Springs Transportation Co., of
Ocala, Fla., was ordered to Arizona by
his physician. Plenty of fresh air
was prescribed along with the trans transfer
fer transfer of headquarters. Carrcfichael has
a comfortable home "in Ocala and dis
liked the idea of .giving it up. He also
disliked a long train trip. So he rig rigged
ged rigged up a house on a Reo speed wagon
he owned and is taking, all the com comforts
forts comforts of his home along with him, is
getting fresh air and escapes the
train riding. He expects to reach his
designation early in September, rather
a long, time perhaps but he is in no
hurry and whenever he finds a good
camping place along the road he
stays there until he gets ready to
The moving house of this tourist
is equipped with all modern conven conveniences
iences conveniences of the stationary domicile of
modern type, having a combination
folding bed and wardrobe, eight lock lockers
ers lockers for linens, a kitchen cabinet, a
stationary, wash stand, shower bath,
ice box, four folding chairs, one fold folding
ing folding lounge chair, a willow rocking
chair, a straight back willow chair, a
two-burner gas stove, a 40-gallon wa water
ter water tank, with faucets, and in fact it
contains everything necessary for
Mr. Carmichael states they have
passed through Georgia, Alabama,
Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas, en
route to the arid state of Arizona
without having any engine trouble,
with their home. He adds that the
reason he selected a eRo speed wagon
for touring purposes was because of
the comfort it afforded together with
the fact that touring car speed is al always
ways always available.
MAD DOG RAN AMUCK
Palatka, Aug. 27. Palatka pa parents
rents parents are exercising a close vigilance
over their youngsters as a result of
the running amuck several days ago
of a mad' dog. Before the canine was
finally killed he had bitten the 10-year-old
niece of A. Baker Thomas,
owner of the dog, and continuing his
rampage attacked several other dogs.
The little girl victim was rushed to
Jacksonville for treatment as soon as
it was determined the dog was suffer suffering
ing suffering from rabies. It is not known how
many' dogs were attacked and local
authorities are on the alert for any
further symptoms. The police have
been directed to kill any dog found on
the city streets without a muzzle.
Incidentally, it was pointed out
that a mag dog seldom veers from his
straight course to make an attack and
the victim is usually found to have in in-terferred
terferred in-terferred with the stricken animal. In
the case of. Baker's dog he took a
straight course down the road. An
automobilist had to turn aside to keep
from striking him and as the machine
passed the dog swung on to one of the
wheels, being thrown several feet.
TACOMA POLICE TOOK
FUGITIVE FROM TENN.
Tacoma, Wash, Aug. 27. Mrs.
Helen Stubbs, in jail here, confessed
today, according to the police, that
she is Maude Moore, watned in Knox-
ville, Tenn., where she escaped after
conviction for the murder of Leroy
Harth, a business man, two years ago.
DOLLAR WEEK at Fishei's now.
Babe Rath Has Batted Out Forty Forty-Eight
Eight Forty-Eight Home Runs Daring
Chicago, Aug. 27. Following are
the individual leaders in the major
leagues up to and including the
games of last Wednesday:
Hitters: National, Hornsby, .414;
American, Heilman, .403.
Home run hitters: American, Ruth,
48; National, Kelly, 22.
Stolen bases: National, Frisch, New
York, 42; American. Harris, Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, 22.
Runs scored: American, Ruth, 135;
National, Homsby, St. Louis, and
Bancroft, New York, tied with 101.
VOLUSIA COUNTY EXCELS
IN BEE CULTURE
DeLand, Aug. 27. Volusia county
possesses 128 aparies containing 2457
colonies of bees, according to J. B.
NWdman, district apairy inspector.
The apairies range from several with
only one colony of bees to that of J.
H. Husky, at Oak Hill, with 400 col colonies.
onies. colonies. Mr. Nordmann states that exper experienced
ienced experienced bee men place the weight of
an average'colony of. the insects at
six pounds and that if Volusia bees
are the average the county possesses
14,742 pounds of the honey gatherers.
Conservative estimates place Jthe
production of honey by each colony at
100 pounds each year and if this aver average
age average is maintained the county will pro produce
duce produce 245,700 pounds, or a little more
than 122' tons this year.
WEST PALM BEACH WELCOMES
FIRST HOBO OF THE WINTER
West Palm Beach, Aug. 27. The
winter season has opened officially in
West Palm Beach, according to the
police, the first genuine hobo having
been arrested here Wednesday. This
harbinger of cold weather told the
police his name was Jack Hunt and
that he was a member of the United
Brotherhood of Hoboes in good stand standing.
ing. standing. In municipal court he was sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to pay a fine of $5 and costs
or go to jail ten days for vagrancy.
He didnt' have the cash.
DAYTONA'S NEW CITY HALL
Daytona, Aug. 27. Daytona's new
city hall, erected at a cost of $40,000
became officially the headquarters of
the city-government Thursday when
officials moved from the old building
wh:"ch had served the purpose more
than thirty years. .The new building,
at the corner of Palmetto and Orange
avenues, one block west of the old
city hall, is of reinforced concrete
with stucco finish and Spanish tile
roof. The second floor will be the new
home of the Daytona city library,
which will be moved from the library
building on City Island within, the
PROFESSOR CAMPBELL TO
TEACH AT WINTER PARK
(Associated Press) -Winter
Park, Aug. 27. Prof. Roy
J. Campbell, graduate of Bates Col College,
lege, College, Maine, has been appointed to the
chair of biology at Rollins College
here. Prof. Campbell, after his
graduation at Bates, studied at Har
vard and the Massachusetts School of
Technology and later served as an in
structor at Bates and Tufts Medical
College. His appointment to the chair
of biology at Rollins is said to have
been in accordance with a plan to ex
pand the scientific work of the insti
WEST PALM BEACH ROTES.....
"BIG BROTHER" BOY SCOUTS
West Palm Beach, Aug. .27. The
local Rotary Club has voted to defray
the expenses of the local Boy Scout
"hike" next month which will include
a tri pto Lake Okeechobee and up the
Kissimmee river by steamer.
I There is one automobile to every
1 fourteen persons in the United States
land the thirteen other persons are
always in the way of the one automo automobile
bile automobile at street intersections- New
York Evening MaiL
Why Don't Some of Our Patriotic
Murderers Go Across the Line
and Wipe Out a Few
Nogales, Ariz., Aug. 27. Frank J.
Pearson, postmaster at Ruby, Ariz.,
and his wife were killed and his sister-in-law
seriously wounded yesterday
by seven armed bandits believed to
be Mexicans, according to reports re received
ceived received here today. The shooting took
place in the postoffice after which the
store Pearson conducted in connec connection
tion connection with the office was looted. First
report sof the affair said only Pear Pearson
son Pearson was killed and no one elsa was
. Miss Callie Gissendaner was hos hostess
tess hostess yesterday afternoon to a three three-table
table three-table auction party which she enter entertained
tained entertained at her home on Oklawaha ave avenue.
nue. avenue. For several hours auction wa3
enjoyed together with much chatting,
for the hostess selected for this hap happy
py happy occasion twelve congenial guests,
who were joined later in the afternoon
by a few others for refreshments. The
games took place in the parlor, which
had been tastily arranged with quan quantities
tities quantities of cut flowers and asparagus
fern. Miss Burton of Leesburg, ob obtained
tained obtained the highest score and for same
was given an appropriate article for
the sewing basket. In conclusion, Miss
Gissendaner, assisted by her sister,
Miss Lucille Gissendaner, served a
salad course. Those present who en
joyed this pleasant occasion were
Mrs. Paul Simmons,- Mrs. Edmund
Martin, Mrs. O. E. Cox, Mrs. R. L.
Anderson Jr., Misses Marguerite Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, Lois Livingston, Elizabeth and
Ethel Home, Eloise Henry, Sue
Moore, Nellie Bain of Greensboro, N.
C, Betty Burton of Leesburg, Betty
Barr of Orlando, and Agnes Burford.
GAINESVILLE IS GOING
TO RENUMBER HOUSES
(Associated Press) t
Gainesville, Aug. 27. The city
council has instructed the city engi
neer to renumber houses throughout
the city, considerable confusion hav
ing arisen because blocks are not
numbered uniformly. Under the new
plan each block will be allotted one
hundred numbers. West Main street
will be used as he north and south
and University avenue the east and
west dividing line.
PUTNAM COUNTY HAS
RAISED MEMORIAL FUND
(Associated Press j
Palatka, Aug. 27 Chairman E. L.
Warren of the committee appointed
to raise funds with which to provide
a granite base to bear the bronze me memorial
morial memorial tablet to Putnam county's war
heroes, has announcedthat the fund
has been completed and an order
placed for the base.
' OF COMMERCE
Palatka, Aug. 27. The local cham chamber
ber chamber of commerce, which recently grew
out of the Business Men's, Club, and
added arfew finishing touches design designed
ed designed to maintain the city's commercial
body on a more successful basis, has
adopted a tentative budget of $8000
for the present fiscal year. The sura
of $2400 is contingent upon an appro appropriation
priation appropriation from the city for publicity
purposes, and will be sliced off should
the city fail to provide the money.
The budget calls for a salaried sec secretary
retary secretary and an office. A campaign to
increase the membership of the organ organization
ization organization to 300 members will be started
early in September.
INTEREST IN BOXING
IN CLEARWATER INCREASES
Clearwater, Aug. 27. Interest in
boxing is growing here as & result of
the bouts held by the Clearwater Ath
letic Club in the squared circle erect
ed at the baseball park. The third
serie sof bouts took place Thursday
night, the event having been for the
benefit of the Woman's Club.
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the'City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
Big Paper Company Reduces Price of
News Print for the Next
Minneapolis, Aug. 27. The Minne Minnesota
sota Minnesota & Ontario Paper Company an announced
nounced announced today a price of $88 a ton
for news print for October, November
and December. This is a further re reduction
duction reduction of $10 a ton from the contract
price and is in addition to a reduction
already given of $5.
FUNERAL OF MR. WALDRON
The funeral services of Mr. D. M.
Waldron of Bay Lake, will take place
at Fort McCoy tomorrow at 2 p. m.
Mr. Waldron's remains are now at the
undertaking parlors of Pyles & Co,
and will leave there for Fort McCoy
at 11 a. m. Mr. Waldron was highly
thought of in Ocala, where he was a
frequent -visitor during his long and
useful life, and it is probable that a
number of our people will attend the
funeral. He was a Mason, and mem members
bers members of that order win preside over
the last services.
PINELLAS WILL HONOR
HER GALLANT DEAD
Clearwater, Aug. 27. The commis commissioners
sioners commissioners of Pinellas county have voted
to erect on the courthouse lawn here
a memorial to the men of the county
who lost their lives during the world
war, the expense to be borne by the
county. The memorial will be in the
form of a monument or tablet. A com committee
mittee committee composed of one representa representative
tive representative of each American Legion post or
post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars
in the county will compile data to be
placed on the memorial.
CAUGHT UP WITH
THE OLD COOTER
Canton, Ohio. Aug. 27. ZebuloH
Davis, a wealthy Canton and Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland manufacturer, was arrested here
today by a federal officer on the
charge of using the mails to defraud.
Davis waived reading of the affidavit
when he was arraigned before the
United States commissioner and was
released on $25,000 bond for his ap appearance
pearance appearance in federal court in Chicago.
INCENDIARIES TRYING TO
BURN LONG BRANCH UP
(Associated Prews) y
Long Branch, N. J., Aug. 27 Six
separate fires of incendiary origin to today
day today destroyed two schools, the rail railroad
road railroad station, an automobile plane and
two residences here with a loss of
$60,000. Burlap soaked with kere kere-sene
sene kere-sene was found at the scene of each
SCHOOLHOUSE AT FORT
MYERS MAY BE READY SOON
. (Associated Press)
Fort Myers, Aug. 27 Contractors
in charge of work on the new $100,000
high school building here believe the
structure will be ready for occupancy
before the opening of the school year
next month. Furniture for the build building
ing building has been shipped by the manufac manufacturer.
turer. manufacturer. We shall see better times when ev everybody
erybody everybody puts a little more emphasis
on the "try" in industry Columbia
It is no surprise to us that Henry
Ford, having gone into the railway
transportation business, is shaking
things up Columbia, S. C, Record.
Things would be helped) by a little
less pathos about the aftermath of the
war and a bit more attention to the
after-mathematics of the war. Co
That Versailles treaty made one
mistake. It failed to forbid Germany
to undersell those who licked her
Eventually everything will get back
to the prewar level except Europe's
upper class. Rochester Times-Union.
Now that President Harding is a
stepchild, he knows how a democratic
postmaster feels. Dallas News.
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1921
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-The Ocala postoffice, a solid and
well-built edifice, is much improved in
looks by the paint Uncle Sam's work workers
ers workers have skillfully laid on for the past
few weeks, y
hai paid a detective for evidence to
arrest a man, he is by no means sure
of a conviction, in which case he loses
his money. There are men in almost
every town who would acquit the
blackest poison maker or seller in the
world, and the defendant's attorney
often gets at least one of that kind
on the jury.
A man once borrowed $2 to buy a
clean shirt and now he is worth five
million. Bushnell Time3.
Who was that man? What sort of
a shirt could one buy for two plunks ?
"Now he's worth five million", what?
Shirts? Honest to Annie, believe, the
editor made up that tail of a two two-dollar
dollar two-dollar shirt. Thorn. f
Five million honest business dollars
ago, a man could have bought a good
shirt for 75 cents. The bird our con contemporaries
temporaries contemporaries are talking about must
have been a war profiteer.
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW i
Why doesn't the government com comply
ply comply with Gov. "Morgan's request and
send troops to West Virginia, to en enforce,,
force,, enforce,, good behavior on the men who
ave trying to ruin the state?
That old hardshell who edits the
Winter Haven Chief continues to beef
because Ma Ruhl of the Sebring White
Way won't make him a chicken pie.
For heavensake.' is not there a wom woman
an woman in Winter Haven who can or will
gag the old sinner with a chicken pie?
' We will pay for the salt and pepper.
The story going the rounds that
there are five and a half million men
out of work, like most other such
yarns, proves to be a mistake. The
statistics from which : thii" error
sprung said that if the idleness in all
lines was equal to the idleness in one
particular line, which was being in investigated,
vestigated, investigated, it would be equal to five
and a half million of workers out of
jobs. We daresay there are five mill million
ion million loafers in the United States but
they loaf more from choice than ne necessity.
John J. Neighbour, Rector
9:45 a. m. Sunday schooL
m m w
(Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor)
9:45 a. m. Sunday schooL Mr. N.
A. Russell, superintendent.
11 a. m. Morning worship. Mr.
! O. G. Cellar, of Jacksonville, will
speak on "The Ministry and Christian
7 p. m. Christian Endeavor, Mr.
Eric Collier leader.
8 p. m. Evening worship. The
evening service will be in the open
air. A cordial invitation is extended
8 p. m. Evening worship
Rev. C. L. Collins. D. D., Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning worship. Sermon
by Rev. E. M. Henderson, pastor of
Woodlawn Baptist church. Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. Mr. Henderson will be remem remembered
bered remembered as a former Marion county boy.
" 7 p. m. Junior B. Y. P. U.
7 p. m. Senior B. Y. P. U.
8 p. m. Sermon by Rev.
STORES CHANGE HANDS
Be careful how you buy automobile
stock. Some of the most sorrowful
v:istim3 in this county of the fakirs
' have bought that sort of stock. It is
with automobiles like it is with oil
the paying stock sells at a high price
and sometimes can't be bought at all.
We are glad to see Congress take
a vacation, if it goes without pay.
The members thereof will accomplish
about as much constructive work va vacationing
cationing vacationing as they did squabbling and
loafing while drawing their pay.-
Orlando Reporter-Star. ;
They draw their pay, son, seventy seventy-five
five seventy-five hundred iron men a year, whether
vacationing or not.
One of the largest business deals
that has taken place in the city for
some time was consummated this
afternoon when Mr. Harvey Clark.
proprietor of the two.U-Serve stores,
one located in the Ocala House block
and the other on the west side of the
squaretin the Anderson building, sold
his entire interest in both of them to
Mr. J: P. Phillips.
The' establishment of the cash and
carry system in Ocala proved very
popular with bur people, and the
stores have been very successful, as
the method of displaying the goods
and the idea of having the customers
wait on themselves not only gives the
purchaser the opportunity of cheaper
prices, but suggests to the house housekeeper
keeper housekeeper something new for the daily
Mr. H. B. Whittington will manage
both stores for Mr. Phillips, who
showed his good business sense when
purchasing these stores and again in
securing Mr. Whittington as his man manager,
ager, manager, for Mr. Whittington thoroughly
understands the retail grocery busi business
ness business and is a progressive and up-to-date
Mr. Clark, who is also proprietor of
the O. K. Teapot Grocery, will de devote
vote devote his entire attention1 to his busi business
ness business there.
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9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
I la. m. Preaching. Subject, "The
Witness of the Spirit.1, I" John 5:10.
7 p. m. Epworth League.
8 p. m. Preaching. Subject, "Find "Finding
ing "Finding One's Mission." Music by the
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Thi3 is a Studebaker year. tf
Building warships is an immense
expense, but the fact that the United
States continues to build them is prob probably
ably probably a powerful reason why other na nations
tions nations are so ready to join the disarm disarmament
ament disarmament conference at Washington. War
and munitions of war are ruinous, but
well does the world know America
can stand more ruin than any other
. There is some hope for the children.
The New York Tribune says: "Judge
Boyd, of the federal court for North
Carolina, who has just held that the
revised version of the Owen-Keating
child : labor' law is unconstitutional,
does not preside over a : tribunal of
final resort. So there would seem no
good reason for those who would heed
the bitter cry of the children to feel
There is a great deal o fuss made
over the cost of battleships and
cruisers, but their cost has been small
in comparison with that of our mer merchant
chant merchant marine during the time it has
been under the control of the shipping
board. If the government would go
out of the shipping business, it would
be comparatively easy to keep up its
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This is the day of efficiency and the
toddle top. This being affirmative,
the burden of proof rests with the
next paragraph. -, :
A most modern efficiency expert,
with a long training in scenting er errors
rors errors behind him and a long nose for
smelling mistakes, was engaged a
few days ago by one of the largest
bf.nking concerns in Manhattan.'
The expert sensed there must be
something wrong with the institution
if it hired him. He proposed to find
it. He spent hours on the company's
books and inspecting the amount of;
waste paper in the litter baskets in
pursuit of the uneconomical employe.
He associated with the personnel of
the bank, and then he discovered
Exactly seventeen minutes are
wasted every day by one-half of the
employes of the concern, the expert
found in the pursuit of pleasure, the
lust for gambling via the toddle top.
The tcddle top, as you know, is a
young prism on a spindle, each of the
octagon's sides bearing such inscrip inscriptions
tions inscriptions as "Put one," "Take two," "Put
ail," "Take all' etc. The idea is that
you "put in' 'one cent, one dollar, or
take out the corresponding medium of
- The toddle top, as you know, is un unlawful.
lawful. unlawful. There is a- ban against it.
You do, too know it.
Anyway, the efficiency expert wrote
out his report. It was submitted to
the board of directors of the banking
concern. An executive session was
called to consider the toddl? top. The
A number of ; our contemporaries j session continued for more than an
are advising the sheriffs of Florida hour. The efficiency expert tired of
counties to hire detectives to obtain j waiting At the end of another half half-ividence
ividence half-ividence against bootleggers and I hour the expert opened the door to
shiners. It's funny the sheriffs hadn't i the executive chamber to inquire
thought of this. We think it possible Iwhen the session would be ever.
Brother Benjamin must surely have
been thinking of the Pinellas county
court house when he penned the above
effusion. But Ocala is about as pretty
an inland city as one would care to
see. Clearwater Sun.
We have not seen Clearwater, ex except
cept except from the windows of train, since
1903, and haven't seen its courthouse
at all. v However, we know enough
about Clearwater to bet our socks that
it is one of the prettiest seaside cities
on the Gulf of Mexico.
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they have thought of it, and then
considered they had better forget it.
On the floor of the chamber knelt
! and sat the twelve directors. One of
Detectives cost money and sheriffs j them was in the act cf spinning the
have no money.; unless they take it I toddle top. It spun and stopped.
out of their own pockets, to pay de-i
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Several exceptional bargains in
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PHIPTER I-Jm Uirillrir nunutc
able and conservative old spi'nstsr bul j
sever too old to think of mairiare wtth
a strong; -minded spinster, Mlaa Higgleeby Higgleeby-Browne
Browne Higgleeby-Browne Into flnancinr -n expedition to
bunt for burled treasure on Lswmrd
island. Her alece, Virginia Hardin, un undertaking
dertaking undertaking to stop her, gets on the vessel
engaged for the hunt, and In the ooofu ooofu-slon
slon ooofu-slon is unwillingly carried alone
CHAPTER II. By no means concealing
her distaste for the expedition and her
contempt for its members, Virginia makes
the acquaintance of the Honorable Cuth- j
bert Vane, and Is somewhat Impressed, j
CHAPTER IlL-Talkln with Dugald j
Shaw, the leader of the expedition. Vir- I
glnia very frankly expresses her views,
practically accusing Shaw and the other
members of the party. Including a some somewhat
what somewhat uncertain personage. Captain Mag- -nus,
and a shady "financier, Hamilton
H. Tubbs, of being in a conspiracy to de-
fraud Miss Jane Harding. Their relations,
naturally, are somewhat strained.
CHAPTER "rv; Landing on the Island
Is a matter of some difficulty. Virginia
being carried ashore in the arms of Cuth Cuth-'
' Cuth-' bert Vane, to her disquietude. The land-
lng. however, is safely effected.
CHAPTER V. Led by Miss Hlggiesby-
Browne, the party draws up an agree agreement
ment agreement whereby Virginia Harding Is barred
from participation in the profits of the
expedition. Believing the wfcole thing to
be a fraud, Virginia is not greatly wor worried.
ried. worried. Cuth bert Vane alone votes against
the exclusion of Virginia.
CHAPTER VL Wild pigs abound on
the island, and "Cookie," the colored
member of the party, insists be has seen
a "bant," in the form of a white pig.
During a walk Virginia meets the "hant,"
a white bull terrier, and proudly brings
him into camp.
CHAPTER VII. -On the island Is the
hut of a copra gatherer, and the presence
of the dog, named Crusoe" by Virginia;
Is thus accounted for. Rambling about,
and feeling herself not to be a regular
member of the expedition. Virginia comes
upon a sand-imbedded sloop, the Island
Queen. Returning to the camp, she Is
intercepted by Captain Magnus, who ac accosts
costs accosts hex unpleasantly. She escapes him,
with the aid of "Crusoe."
CHAPTER VIII. Fired with the Idea
of herself discovering the treasure, Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia pays a visit to the cave which has
been singled out as the most likely place
in which it has been concealed, and
there she Is caught by the tide and res rescued
cued rescued by Dugald Shaw, frcm certain
death. Thinking her unconscious, Shaw
whispers words of endearment, which
CHAPTER IX. In idle curiosity Vir-
Snia, dabbling about the wreck of the
land Queen, finds a diary, identified
only as having been kept by "Peter," a
former seeker of the treasure. In It he
tells of his finding of the hidden weaRh
and there her reading Is Interrupted.
CHAPTER X. Opinions as to the proper
methods of prosecuting the search for the
treasure are divided, and a wide diverg divergence
ence divergence is apparent In the councils of the
little party. Virginia's Interest in the
leader of the expedition increases.
CHAPTER XI. The diary which Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia has found in the remains of the
Island Queen reveals the fact that the
existence of the gold was known to oth others,
ers, others, and an active and successful search
for it carried on. The record tells of the
finding of the treasure and its transfer transference
ence transference to the small boat, but It is evident
the finder never left the island with his
wealth. Virginia, of course, believes it
to be on the Island Queen, and so within
her reach. For various reasons she de decides
cides decides to say nothing of her discovery un until
til until she has Investigated further.
CHAPTER XII. Led by directions In
"Peter's" diary. Virginia finds a highly
Important- clue to the hidden treasure,
but her courage fails when it comes to
pushing her investigation
CHAPTER XUL Interrupting a fervent
declaration of love by Cuth bert Vane.
Virginia is startled by the announcement
of Mr. Tubbs that he has found the clew
to the whereabouts of the treasure. He
demands, as the price of his secret (as
he supposes) a half of the wealth found.
The party declines to accept his terms
and decides to continue the search with without
out without his aid. During the excitement Cap Captain
tain Captain Magnus disappears.
CHAPTER XIV. In view of the discov discovery
ery discovery made by Mr. Tubbs, a new agreement
is drawn up, entirely favorable to Vir Virginia.
ginia. Virginia. Turning from the document, the
party Is surprised by the appearance of
an armed force, against whom there
could be no effective resistance.
CHAPTER XV. Captain Magnus, it
turns out. has "double-crossed" his treasure-seeking
companions, and with four
other desperadoes plans to carry oft the
gold, which he believes Tubbs' discovery
has made practical.
CHAPTER "XVL Tubbs goes over to
the winning side,, and, leaving Shaw and
Cuth bert Vane securely bound, Magnus
and his friends make their way to the
treasure cave, returning with two bags
of gold, which they had taken from the
grip of a skeleton, whom Virginia alone
knows Is the unfortunate Peter, the real
discoverer of the hidden wealth.
CHAPTER XVIL Magnus and a com companion,
panion, companion, "Chris," left to guard Shaw and
Vane, are made intoxicated by the faith faithful
ful faithful "Cookie." and Virginia releasee her
CHAPTER XVIII. Shaw conceives the
idea of blowing up the entrance to the
treasure cave, where the desperadoes are
searching for gold. It Is accomplished,
and Magnus and "Chris" sent to Join
their imprisoned comrades.
Twlxt Cup and Lip.
Next morning an event occurred
sufficiently astonishing to divert our
thoughts from even the all-important
topic of the Island Queen. Cookie,
who bad been on the high land of the
point gathering firewood, came rush rushing
ing rushing back to announce that a steamer
had appeared in the offing. All the
party dropped their occupations and
ran to look. That the Rufus Smith
had returned at an unexpectedly
early date was of course the natural
explanation of the appearance of a
vessel in these lonely seas. But
through the glass 'the new arrival
turned out to be not the tubby freight freighter,
er, freighter, but a stranger of clean-cut. rakish
build, lying low in the water and de designed
signed designed for speed rather than carrying
A mile offshore she lay to, and a
boat left her side. Wondering and dis disquieted,
quieted, disquieted, we returned to the beach to
await her coming. Was It another pl planter
anter planter What possible errand could
bring a steamer to this remote, un vis visited,
ited, visited, all but forgotten little island?
As the oarsmen drove the boat upon
the beach the man in the stern sprang i
agilely ashore. Dugald Shaw stepped
forward, and the stranger approached,
doffing his helmet courteously.
"You axe the American and English
party who landed here some weeks
ago from the Rufus Smith ?"
His English was easy and correct,
though spoken with a pronounced
Spanish accent. His dark high-featured
face was the face of a Spaniard.
And his grace was the grace of a
Spaniard, as he bowed sweepingly and
banded Mr. Shaw a card.
Senor Don Enrique Gonzales," said
Dugald. bowing in his stiff-necked
fashion, "1 am happy to see you. But
as you represent his excellency the
president of the republic of Santa
Marina I suppose you come on busi business,
ness, business, Senor Gonzales?"
"Precisely. I am enchanted that
you apprehend the fact without the
tiresomeness of explanations. For
business is a cold, usually a disagree disagreeable
able disagreeable affair, is it not y so? That being
the case, let us get it over."
"First do us the honor to be seated,
Comfortably bestowed In a camp camp-chair
chair camp-chair in the shade, the Spaniard re resumed:
sumed: resumed: My friend this island belongs, as
of course you are aware, to the re republic,
public, republic, 'of which I have the honor to be
a citizen. Ail rights and privileges,
such as harvesting the copra crop, are
strictly conserved by the republic. All
persons desiring such are required to
negotiate with, the minister of state ot
the republic And how much more,
when: it is a question of treasure of
a very large treasure, senor?"
The Scotchman's face was dark.
I, had understood," he replied,
without looking in the direction of
Miss Higglesby-Browne, who seemed
in the last few moments to have un undergone
dergone undergone some mysterious shrinking
process, "that negotiations in the
proper quarter had been undertaken
and brought to a successful conclusion
that in short we were here with the
express permission of the government
of Santa Marina."
This was a challenge which Miss
Browne could not but meet.
"I had," she said hoarsely, "I had
the assurance of a a person high in
the financial circles of the United
States, that through his his influence
with the government of Santa Marina
It would not be necessary in- short,
that he could fix the president I em employ
ploy employ hi own term for a considerable
sum, which I which my friend- Miss
Harding gave him."
"And the name of this influential
person?1 Inquired the Santa Marinan,
"Hamilton H. Tubbs," croaked Miss
Senor Gonzales smiled.
"I remember the name well, madam.
It is that of the pretended holder of a
concession from our government, who
a few years ago Induced a number of
American school teachers and clergy clergymen
men clergymen and other financially innocent
persons to invest' In imaginary coffee
plantations. He had in some doubtful
fashion become possessed of a little
entirely worthless land, which formed
the basis of his transactions. His
frauds were discovered while he was
In our country, and he was obliged to
leave between two days, according to
your so picturesque idiom. Needless
to say his application for permission
to visit Leeward island for any pur
pose would Instantly have been re
fused, but as a matter of fact It was
In a benumbed silence we jmet the
blow. The "riches that had seemed
within our grasp would never be ours.'
We had no claim upon them, for all
our toil and peril ; no right even to be
here upon the Island. Suddenly I be began
gan began to laugh; faces wearing various
shades of shocked surprise were
turned on me. Still I laughed.
"Doio't you see," I cried, "bow ridic ridiculous
ulous ridiculous It all Is? All the time It Is we
who have been pirates!"
The Spaniard gave me a smile made
brilliant by the gleam of smoldering
black eyes and the shine of white
"Senorita, with all regret, I mui
"What's In a name?" remarked Du
gald Shaw, shrugging. "We were
after other people's property, anway.
I am very sorry about it, Senor Gon
tales, but I would like to ask, If you
don't mind telling, how you happened
to learn of our being here, so long as
It was not through the authentic
channels. On general principles, I
tried to keep the matter quiet."
"We learned in a manner somewhat
what do you say? curious," re returned
turned returned the Spaniard, who, having pre presented"
sented" presented" the men with cigars and by
permission lighted one himself, was
makitg himself extremely at home and
appeared to have no immediate inten intention
tion intention of haling us away to captivity in
Santa Marinan dungeons. "But before
I go further, kindly tell me whether
you liave had any ah visitors dur during
ing during your stay on the island?"
. "WTe have," Mr. Shaw replied, "very
The Spaniard smiled.
"Then answer your own question.
These men, while unloading a contra contraband
band contraband cargo In a port of Mexico, near
i the southern border, grew too merry
In a wineshop, and let it be known
where they were bound when again
they put to sea. The news, after some
delay, found its way to our capital.
At once the navy of the republic was
dispatched to investigate the matter.
Oo the way here I. put In at Pana-
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ma. wnere certain inquiries were sat satisfactorily
isfactorily satisfactorily answered, There were
those In that port who had made a
shrewd guess at the destination of the
party which had shipped en the Rufus
Smith. I then pursued my course to
Leeward. But admit, my friends, that
I have not by my arrival, caused you
any material loss. Except that I have
unfortunately been compelled to pre present
sent present you to yourselves in the charac character
ter character of as says the young lady pi pirates
rates pirates madam, I speak under correc correction
tion correction I have done you no Injury, eh?
And that for the simple reason that
you have not discovered what you I
sought, hence cannot be required to
We looked at one another doubtful doubtfully.
ly. doubtfully. The ambiguous words of the Span Span-lard,
lard, Span-lard, the something humorous and
mocking which lay behind his courtly
manner, put us quite In the dark.
"Senor Gonzales," replied the!
Scotchman, after a moment's heslta-'
tion, "it Is true that so far only a
negligible amount of what we came to ;
find has rewarded us. But I cannot
in honesty conceal from you that we
know where to look for the rest of It,
and that we had certainly expected to
leave the Island with fx In our posses possession."
sion." possession." The dark Indolent eyes of our vis visitor
itor visitor grew suddenly keen. Half-veiled
by the heavy lashes, they searched the
face of Dugald Shaw. It seemed that
what they found In that bold and open
countenance satisfied them. His dwn
face cleared again.
MI think we speak at cross-purposes.
Mr. Shaw," he said courteously, "and
that we may better understand each
other, I am going to tell yon a little
story. At about this season, two years
ago, the navy of Santa Marina, the
same which new lies off the Island,
was making a voyage of Inspection
along the coast of the republic. It
was decided to Include Leeward in
the cruise, as It had been nn visited for
a considerable time. I bold no naval
rank indeed, we are net a seafaring
people, and the captain of La Goloo Goloo-drlna
drlna Goloo-drlna is a person from Massachusetts,
Jeremiah Bowles by name, but as the
representative of his exoelbncy I ac accompanied
companied accompanied La Golondrina. On our ar arrival
rival arrival at Leeward I came ashore In the
boat, and found to ny surprise a small
sloop at anchor In the cove. About
the clearing were the signs of recent
habitation, yet I knew that the old
German who had had the copra con concession
cession concession here had been gone for some
time. No one responded to oar shouts
"I turned my attention to the sloop.
In the cabin, besides a few clothes, I
found something that Interested me
very much a large brass-bound chest,
of an antique type such as Is common
enough In my own country, jf
"Of course I had heard of the many
legends of treasure buried on Leeward
Island. Consequently I was somewhat
prepared to find m the chest, what In
fact I did find there, over a million
dollars In old Spanish cows.
"These coins, which were packed In
strong canvas bags, were, as yon may
fancy, very quickly transferred to the
cutter. We did not trouble ourselves
with rli unwieldy chest, and It re remains,
mains, remains, 1 suppose, in the cabin of the
sloop, which I observed as we crossed
the cove to have been washed up upon
"This is a very Interesting story,
Senor Conzales," said Dugald Shaw,
quietly, "and as you say. your visit
here deprives us of nothing, but mere
ly saves us further unprofitable labor.
We are grateful to you."
The Spaniard bowed.
"You do me too much honor. But,
as you remark, the story is interesting.
It has also the element of mystery.
For there remains the question of
what became of the owner of the
sloop. His final preparations for leav
ing the Island had evidently been
made, his possessions removed from
the hut, provisions for the voyage
brought on board the sloop and then
he had vanished. What had befallen
him? Did the gold carry with it some
deadly Influence? One plays, as It
were, with this idea. Imagining the so
melancholy and bloody history of these
old doubloons. How. In the first place,
had he found them? Through chance
by following some authentic clue?
And then, in the moment of success,
he disappears pouf P And Senor
Gonzales disposed of the unknown by
blowing him airily from the tips of, his
"However, wo have the treasure
the main point, is it not? But I bars
"If you would like to hear the rest
of the story,' said Mr. Shaw, "we are
in a position to enlighten you. That
I we are so. Is due entirely to this young
i lady. Miss Virginia Haxding."
The Spaniard rose and made obeis-
FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF
Kingan's Crocus CAp
Butter, per pound 3uv
Beef, per can -Lvv
Tall Piok Salmon, ir
per can I4w
Riiter's Pork & 7r
Beans, per can L 2 v
Dill Pickles in 27r
quart cans, a can .Olw
Kellogg's Corn 1 1JL
Flakes, a pkg 1 1 2 C
der package 10 W
Rumford's Baking 2A
Powder, per lb. -3U-
Uneeda Biscuits 1 C
2 packages for 13 v
We sell Kingan's Breakfast Bacon, Boiled Ham
Smoked Sausage, Minced Lunch Meat, Boned
and Rolled Ham and North's White Bacon.
THE W5MBS0R MOTEL
- JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
In the heart of the dty with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service Is
second to none
ROBERT AI. MEYER,
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc
MOVS, PACK, SHIP
ance proiounaiy. tie resuniea nis
seat, prepared to listen no longer the
government tttfioial. but the cordial
and Interested guest and friend.
The story, of course, was a long
one. Everybody took a Land In the
telling, even Cookie, who was suro suro-.muned
.muned suro-.muned from his retirement In the
kitchen to receive the' glory due him
as ".a successful strategist. The jour journal
nal journal of Peter was produced, and the
bags of doubloons handed over to she
representative of the Utile repuM.
even offered to resign 'the silver shi--huckle
which I had found in the set-.vi
locker on the Island Queen, but this
excess of honesty received its due re reward.
ward. reward. "The doubloons being now In th
possession of the Santa Marinan na nation,
tion, nation, I beg that you will consider as
your own the Island Queen and all it
may contain, said Don Enrique to
me with as magnificent an a'r as
though the sand-filled hulk of a
wrecked sloop were really a choice
gift to bestow on a young woman."
Plans were discussed for transfer transferring
ring transferring the pirates from the cave to the
cutter, for they were to be taken to
Santa Marina to meet whatever pui. pui.-Ishment
Ishment pui.-Ishment was thought fit for their rath rather
er rather Indefinite Ill-doing. They bad not
murdered us, they had robbed us of
nothing but the provisions they had
eaten; they had. after all. as much
right oo the island as ourselves. Yet
there remained their high-banded con
duct in invading our camp and treat treating,
ing, treating, as as Drisoners. with, the threa
Cash and Carry Grocery
807 Lime St. Plicae 212
Gold Bar Brand
Spinish, per can -.Lvv
Shredded Wheat Lr
per package ..1UU
Hudnut's Grits 8c 2r
Meal, per pound ..3 2 v
Hudnut's Grits & Zn
Meal, 8 pounds for Lvv
Hudnuts Grits 8c ?
Meal, 34 pounds for $1
per dozen xuW
Maxwell House 2Cp
Coffee, per pound 33 C
White House Ifln
Coffee, per pound 30 C
Irish Potatoes Ln
per pound UC
J. E. KAVANAUGfl
LONG DISTANCE LIOVL'iG
of darker possfbCglea. T flhcy that
Santa Marinan justice works mainly
by rule of thumb, and that the courts
do not embarrass themselves much
with precedents. Only I bope they did
not shoot the picturesque Tocy ag&lsst
The power-schooner, manned by a
crew from the cutter, was to be taken
to Santa Marina also. Senor Gonzales
remained with us tar the day as ocr
guest, and on the next the boats from
the cutter took off the pirates from the
cave. We. did not see them again.
Through the convenient elasticity of
Santa Marinan procedure, Mr. Tabbs
was herded along wi! the rest, al although
though although he might plausibly. If hypocrit hypocritically,
ically, hypocritically, have pleaded that he had com complied
plied complied with the will of the Invaders un under
der under duress. Aunt Jase wept very
much, and handed mo Paeans of Pas Passion
sion Passion with the request that she might
never see it sgaln.
DJ V In New York takin a
O y" Will announce date of re re-l?&rtiiTn
l?&rtiiTn re-l?&rtiiTn later.
DR. K. J. WEIHE.
Optometrist and Optician
Plenty of fresh fruits of all kinds;
guavas, pineapples, grapes, extra good
bananas, at the Dixie Fruit Store,
Phone 576. Harrington Hall block. Zi
&CALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1921
li iCilVMii ILiiij
Virginia Lady Suffered With Aclies
tad Pains Until Mo&er Began
Giving Her Cardui.
Dublin, Va. Miss Mary Alice
Hughett residing on Routa 2, near
here, recently told a visitor of her
Interesting experience with Cardui
Miss Hughett said: "I had been suf
fering for some time with painful -I
was pale, didn't feel like going
Would Just drag around, and couldn't
"rest to do any good. I would sutfe
once a month with my back, side?
and head. My limbs would ache an;.
I didn't know what to do, but I knev
I Wist do something, for I didn't fje
well bv letting It raw on.
"My mother is a believer in Canhtf
for iBhe saw what it did for others a.
well as herself, so she began sivlni
It to me.
"It wasn't long before I saw r
change. It was just what I needed
It regulated me. I began to eat ai ai-sleep,
sleep, ai-sleep, and the pain stopped.
"Cardui is without doubly th? bes.
female tonic made, and I fcm glad i
can recommend it to others."
If Buffering with symptoms such a a-Miss
Miss a-Miss Hughett mentions, or other ail,
"meats pec uliar to women, why not be
gla Cardui at once? Its merit is weli
established by successful use for more
than 40 years,
r 1'ry Cardui!
Tour druggist sella It. NOUS
DOWN TO DATE
Tuesday, August 30, open.
Thursday, Sept. 1, open.
Friday, Sept. 2, open.
Monday, Sept. 5, Leesburg, town to
be decided by toss of coin.
8 yds. 27-in. Shirting $1 FISHEL'S.
Arrival and departure of passenge
trains r..t OCALA UNION STATION
The following schedule h ures pub
lished as information and -lot guai
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILRO AT
' 2:15 am
J acksmville-N Tork
N Yorfc-St. Petrsbrg
COAST LINE R. R.
1 :45 pm
Jacksonville-NTork 2:33 trr
Jksonville-Gair.sville 3:24 pnn
Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 prr
11 :03 pn
1 :25 pro
4 :45 pm Gainesville
Monav, Wednesday, Friday.
Tupmjjv. "Tirsdfiv Sntnrav
: NOTICE OP MASTER'S SALE
Notice is hereby given that under and
ly virtue of a final decree of foreclos foreclosure
ure foreclosure entered in that certain cause pend pending
ing pending in the circuit court of the fifth ju judicial
dicial judicial circuit of tha state of Florida, in
and for Marlon county, -in chancery, in
which Alyrtice S. Clark, joined (by her
..husband. J. v. Clark, is complainant,
and Kdward B. Savage and Edith R.
Savage are defendants, of date August
th, A. D. 1921, I. the undersigned spe special
cial special master in chancery, appointed by
the said court to execute the provis-1
:ions of said decree, shall offer for sale
and sell to the highest and best bidder.;
at pr.bl!c auction, for cash in hand, in :
front of the west d,oor of Marion county :
court house Ocala. Florida, on j
Monday, September Mb, A. D. 1021
between the hours of 11 o'clock a. m. '.
and 2 o'clock p. m., the lands situated
in Mari-on coMrty, statf of Florida,
more particularly described as follows, ;
The south tvest quarter (sw4) of the
northwest quarter (nwVJ) and north north-west
west north-west quarter (nwi) of the southwest
sw4), both in section twenty-seven
27). township fifteen (15), S. ranre
twenty-three (23), east; and also the
following- lands: the east half (e1-) of
the northwest yuarterS (nw4 ) and the
southwest quarter (swJ) of the north northwest
west northwest quarter (nw'4), and the southeast
' quarter (se1.) of the northeast quarter
One 34) of section twenty-eight t28.
township fifteen 15), S. range twerrv twerrv-three
three twerrv-three (23), east, all of the foresroing
lands containing 240 acres, more or
1 less, or -so much thereof as may be nec necessary
essary necessary to satisfy said final decree and
cost of suit.
S. T. SISTRCXK.
Special Master in Ohaneerv.
WM. A. JEFFCOAT,
Complainant's Solicitor. 8-6-Sat
i "Li T:
TWO REEL TOONERVILLE
Children Under 12, 1(1 c
I- Adults 20c
ture That Inspires
Do you know what war is?
have heard a great deal about it
may have read a whole lot about
day after day, but now you have the
greatets chance in a lifetime to really
see "how the war was." See Ameri American
can American troops in action, from the camps
here in the states to the actual front
line. This is not just merely a photo photoplay,
play, photoplay, but a' picture of reality, taken
by soldiers of the signal corps of the
United States army, at the risk of
their own lives, so that those of us,
who could not go, may see for our ourselves
selves ourselves how America did its share. It
is a great masterpiece. A picture of
reality. You cannot afford to pass it
. "Flashes of Acticn" is being shown
in Ocala August 31, .1921, under the
auspices and for the benefit of the
American Legion, Marion County
Post No. 27. It will be shown in the
garage of the Murphy Motor Com Company,
pany, Company, on North Main street.
Seats will be-- installed together
with a fireproof picture booth and the
garage transformed into a complete
theater for this occasion, through the
courtesy of the Murphy Motor Co. 2t
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
16 pounds of sugar ,f or one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phones 377 and 162.
tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
Tha above reward will be paid for
information leading to the arrest and
conviction of the party or parties im implicated
plicated implicated iri the attack updjn James
Smith at his home, August 8th, '1921.
The identity of the informant will not
be made public.
Florida C. Smith (wife),
tf Martin D. Smith (brother).
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket fot $7. Phone
260, h0 N. Main street 27-tf
Times have "certainly changed,
few profiteers now would help
government mightily in solving
taxation problems. Columbia, S.
The only oil the nations seem will willing
ing willing to share with their powerful
neighbors is turmoil. Buffalo Eve Evening
ning Evening News.
WTien one observes how little the
people are shocked by tales cf gov government
ernment government waste, he suspects that fa-
Raising the FarnTly-
rnrm V---J fill SS n
If ",oa hare any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mr. T. P. Jones of Anthony was a
welcome visitor to the Star office this
Test our delivery service when you
want FRESH meat. Just call phone
103. Slain Street Market. 11-tf
Miss Fa3M Beck of Fellowship, is
the guest today of Miss Carrie Barco.
Eight yards LAWN $1 FISHEL'S.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Gnann of Bay
Lake, but for the present making their
home in Ocala at the residence of Mrs.
Lawrence Halsell, are rejoicing over
the arrival of a fine eight-pound baby
girl, born Friday morning.
Plenty of fresh fruits of all kinds;
guavas, pineapples, grapes, extra good
bananas, at the Dixie Fruit Store.
Phone 576. Harrington Hall block. 3t
i While Mrs. William Hocker's car,
with no one in it, was standing, yes yes-"terday
"terday yes-"terday about noon, in front of the
Book Shop, some vehicle with a care care-'
' care-' less driver ran into it and tore an
,ugly hole in the left side. Damage
was done apparently by a truck, as
the fenders on the car were not hit.
The police are looking for the driver.
The lowest average grocery costs
are to be found at HARGRAVES'
Cash and Crry Store, 807 South Lime
Miss Margaret McNeill, who teaches
in our high school, is in the city, acr
companied by her sister, Miss Foda
McNeill. The Misses McNeill are
just exactly two such young ladies as
one would expect to come from a town
Let us exchange your old furniture
for new. We can furnish you every-
thing for your home. Theus Brother:
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Holloway of
Gainesville were in the city today.
Salt mullet, already scaled, at the
City Fish Market. 24-tf
Mr. W. P. Huckaby and family
have,returned from a pleasant visit to
Full new line of Manhattan Shirts
just in at Waterman's Haberdashery.
Mrs. L G. Gallant and son, L. G.
Jr. leave next week for a visit to Salt
While they last, laundered
sacks 7c. at Federal Bakery.
County Surveyor Moorhead is out
with his force, surveying a highway
two and a quarter miles south of town,
which vail connect the Dixie highway
with Orange avenue and Lemon ave avenue.
nue. avenue. When hardened this will make a
delightful drive for autoists, combin combining
ing combining utility, with pleasure.
6 'yds. HICKORY $1 FISHEL'S.
Mrs. Claude Nelson has returned to
her home in Jacksonville, concluding
a visit to her mother, Mrs. M. Pooser,
and brother, Mr. Abner Pooser. Little
Miss Jean Nelson will remain with
her grandmother for several weeks
Call phone 108 when you want groc groceries
eries groceries in a hurry. Main Street Market.
Miss Donnie Proctor is enjoying her
summer vacation at Hendersonville,
Plenty Bargains for $1 FISHEL'S.
Registered at the new Hotel Ta Ta-miami
miami Ta-miami in Miami this week, were
Messrs. E. A. Osborne and A. M.
Withers of this city.
" .lurtqrmnryom Marys costume -eli
ROTARY ANNUAL MEETING
The annual meeting of the Ocala
Rotary Cub will be held at its hall
in the Masonic building, Tuesday eve evening
ning evening at 8 o'clock, Aug. 30. AH mem members
bers members should make a special effort to
Mr. P. H. Hensley left early in the
week to join the "flying squadron for
its next flight. While Mr. Hensley
belongs to the "squirming squadron,'
he is anything but a squirmer himself,
and if the people had sense enough to
put only such men in office the course
of the commonwealth would look more
like a yardstick and less like' a corl
screw. Mrs. Hensley has returned
from a visit to friends in Georgia,
and Miss Marie has joined her from
Tampa, where she has spent most of
her vacation. Mrs. Hensley will teach
the North Ocala school this season
and Miss Marie will attend the high
school. We are glad Ocala is to keep
this excellent family.
A GOOD CAP for $1.00 FISHEL'S.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Booher and
children have returned from a visit
to Tampa relatives.
Everything in the Jjne of house fur furnishings
nishings furnishings may be fdund here. New fur furniture
niture furniture exchanged for old if desires.
Theus Brothers. Phone 19. 23-lm
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Van Osten have
moved into their new and attractive
bungalow on East Fort King avenue,
or Bungalow Heights.
3 yds. $1 VOILE for $1 FISHEL'S.
Mrs. J. K. Dickson and daughter,
Elizabeth, have concluded a visit at
Weaversville, N. C, and are now the
guests of realtives at Anderson, S. C.
The most delicious light rolls and
cinnamon rolls fresh every day at
Carter's Bakery- 15-tf
Mr. D. E. Mclver and daughter,
Mrs. W. J. Frink and daughter. Betty,
kft Hendersonville. N. C, today, for
Hot Springs, Ark., for a stay of seV'
eral weeks before returning home.
Miss Frances Mclver, who accom accompanied
panied accompanied her father to Hendersonville,
has entered the Fassifem school in
that city for the winter.
Mrs. Fannie Brown received a tele telegram
gram telegram yesterday from her sister, Mrs.
E. G. Hudnell at Norfolk, Va., an announcing
nouncing announcing the death of her husband.
Sometime ago Mr. Hudnell went to
Norfolk for his health, but he did
not improve and Mrs. Hudnell joined
her husband some time later. Friends
deeply sympathize with Mrs. Hudnell
in her bereavement.
Mr. Joe Potter is limping badly to today
day today as the result of an encounter with
an unruly cow yesterday at his pas pasture
ture pasture west of town. He was prepar preparing
ing preparing the animal for shipment in a
crate, which procedure was very much
againts her wishes. In her gyrations
she threw Joe into a woodpile, and
whilehis injuries are not serious he
will limp for some days.
Mr. E. M. Williams of Brooksville,
is again in the city, a guest at the
home- of his mother, Mrs. G. K. Will Williams.
iams. Williams. Mr. E. P. Martin, formerly of this
city, but now making his home at
Fort Pierce, was in the city the other
day on his way to his old home at
Wildwood to attend to business for
his brother, Mr. S. D. Martin, who
we regret to say is ill in the hospital
Miss Donnie Proctor i3 in Asheville,
N. C, for a month's vacation.
MILITARY HAVE TAKEN
CHARGE OF MALABAR
Madras, India, Aug. 27. The Mala Malabar
bar Malabar district of British India has been
' proclaimed a military area.
we eart qiess wnat Mas was liker
GOKlUPs lOOfe fT"
- tT OVJTPs HERE,!
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
16 pounds of sugar for one dollar,?
with a dollar's worth of other groc-.
eries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phones 377 and 162.
tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
Mrs. JL. M. Jones' Jr., of Milledge-'
ville, Ga., will leave the first of next1
week for Tampa for a visit with her
sister, Mrs. Henry Schoeflin, before
returning to her home. During Mrs.
Jones' visit in the city at the home cf
her sister, Mrs. P. V. Leavengood, she
has been the recipient of many eour-"
tesies and her friends regret her de departure.
parture. departure. Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe leaves tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow for Lake Weir, where she will
spend a week as the guest of Mrs. Sue
Mclver and Mrs. J. L. Davis, who
have been at Idlewild, Mr. D. E. Mc Mc-Iver's
Iver's Mc-Iver's summer home, for some weeks.
Mr. James Leslie of Panasoffkee,
left this afternoon for a visit to Bush Bush-nell
nell Bush-nell after a pleasant two weeks' visit
in the city, a guest at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe.
Mr. Yonge Sage and wife are here
from Jacksonville. Mr. Sage is tak
ing' the place in the Western Union
of Mr. Nicholas, who is taking his va
Professor D. VJi. Glenn of Oxford,
was a welcome visuor m xne cuy to-,
Mr. Phil Robinson of Inverness was
a visitor in the city for the day.
I This is a Studebak- year.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
Jl., meets on the fifst and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock until further notice.
J. .R. Dey, W. M.
B. L. Adams. Secretary.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. Zi, O. E. S
meets at the Masonic hall the se.'onti
and fourth Thursday evenings of eacn
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Cond-.n, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook. Secretary.
ni..i- i xt oo t r f irk
meets every Tuesday evening tt 8
o'clock at the Odd Fellow a hall in the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
F. W. Ditto, N. G.
Frank G. Churchil, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventional
held every Monday evening at 7:30,
o'clock at the castle hall. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
W. W. Rilea, C. C.
Chas..K. Sage. K. of R. & rf
OCALA LODGE NO. 286. B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting bi-tth-ren
always welcome. Lodge rocm3
upstairs over Troxler's t nd tbe ncok
Shop, 113 Main street. x
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. R.
C. Y. Miller. Secretary
ROYAL ARCn MASONS
Regular conventions oi the Ocala
Chapter No. 13. R.'A. M on the fourth
Friday in every month at n. to.
H. S. Wesson. H. P.
B. L. Adams. Secretary.
WOODMEN OF I HE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. evsry sec second
ond second Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Visit Visiting
ing Visiting povereigns are always welcome.
H. B. Baxter, C. C
Chas.sK. Sage. Clerk.
I mm it X-Mw
lEV f7 ACCIVIETI
LOST Bull terrier, brindle with
white spot. Answers to the name
or King. Word "King 'engraved on
collar. Rewar dto finder. F. G. B.
FOR SALE Ford
truck, newly re
painted and thoroughly overhauled.
Apply to Needham Motor Company,
Oklawaha avenue and North Or Orange
ange Orange street. 27-6t
RAGS WANTED We pay 5 cents a
pound for well laundered cotton
rags. No sewing room scraps. The
Star office. 27-Ct
-Rooms, furnished or un un-120
120 un-120 N. Sanchez St. tf
WANTED Family sewing work
neatly done. Prices reasonable.
Thone 1S2. Mrs. Wood and Mrs.
FOR RENT Comfortably furnished
five-room apartment. Private en en-'
' en-' trance. Apply C. C. Bryant, 805,
Tuseawilla St.. 29-t
HEAVY HAULING I am prepared
to do your moving, long or short
ditsance. Also let me attend to mov moving
ing moving baggage. Prompt service. L. E.
Cordrev. phone 434. 4-tf
BAXTER TRANSFER CO. Short or
,ong distance hauling on shqrt no
tirt TJpsiHpncp nhone 169: office
phone 117. 15-tf
FOR SALF. Eighty acres good pine4
land half mile from Uelleview de depot,
pot, depot, unfenced. For sale or lease at
reasonable figure. One crop melons
will pay for it. Address, P., care
Star office. 23-6t
FOR RENT Three room ccttage, all
conveniences; old isinth street. Ap
ply E. A. Revels studio.
FOR RENT Sept. 1st, a six-room
house on Fourth street. Apply to
Mrs. Frank Harris. 25-3t
Hard times: A season during which
it is very difficult to borrow money to
buy things you don't need. Fremont
! "Red' 'theories will make little pro-
cress in a countrv tnac nas learnea a.
profound reverence for red tape.
After the parley "November 11 will
be celebrated as disarmistice day.
About all the melting-pot does now
is to make it hot for the immigrant.
The soviet government seems al almost
most almost indignant that its hunger should
have been .mistaken for repentance:
Da!", as News.
' f the purpose is to annihilate tax taxpayers,
payers, taxpayers, the merchant ship is about as
deadly as the battleship. Illinois
.021 In New York taking a
post graduate course.
Will announce date of re-
'fZjJyi turn later.
Plenty of fresh fruits of all kihd3;
guavas, pineapples, grapes, extra good
bananas, at the Dixie Fruit Store.
Phone :7(i. Harrington Hall block. 3t
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
3G nourds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash; Saturday and Monday
only. Phones 377 and 1C2.
tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
5 pairs Child's Hose $1 FISHEL'S.